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The Sears Bungalow

There were only a few bungalow style designs among the more 447 different house styles that SEARS and ROEBUCK marketed in its catalog of house plans between 1908 and 1940.  Arts and Crafts residential architecture was in its heyday at the time and bungalow homes epitomized the lifestyle and décor that was popularized in the CRAFTSMAN magazine, published by Gustave Stickley at the time.


The original bungalow style house designs were one-story plans, having just two bedrooms on the ground floor.  There was only one bungalow style home that Sears marketed with a second floor.  It was called The ARLINGTON, No. 145.  Our design provides three bedrooms on the second floor while maintaining the low roof slope, shed dormer windows and full front porch that is characteristic of the American Bungalow style home.  The master bedroom is on the ground floor at the rear of the house. 

Total Living Area: 1896 sqft
Width: 24'
Depth: 45'  04"
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2.5

Plan format
Planning Set - includes a PDF electronic image of all four exterior elevations for a given home, plus floor plans shown to scale. Available by email. - $99.00
Construction Plan Prints (5 copies) - $1,299.00
Mirrored Plan Prints (5 copies, backwards) - $1,299.00
Electronic PDF email (print ready 24x36) - $1,299.00
Electronic DWG email (changeable CAD file) with unlimited license - $1,599.00


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